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CF's Monthly Fashion Round-Up: November 2023

It’s time to plan your sartorial calendar, aided by Citizen Femme’s November 2023 fashion round-up.

Featuring designer collaborations, autumn outerwear and luxury timepieces, these stylish picks will see you through the season.


With ski season on the horizon, Los Angeles-based brand AGOLDE – who we know and love for great quality denim – has collaborated with outerwear experts Shoreditch Ski Club to create a collection of coats for autumn/winter 2023. Inspired by a shared love of statement silhouettes and sustainable fabrics, SSC's technical-performance experience fused with AGOLDE’s sought-after denim fabrications has resulted in stylish puffer jackets. Made from thermo-tested and water-repellent denim, recycled-nylon quilted liners, voluminous cocooning leather and Italian shearling – you'll want to wear them both on and off the slopes. 



An icon of CHANEL's 21st-century watch making, the J12 timepiece was inspired by the sleek lines of race cars and racing yachts from the America's Cup. Designed by the Watch Creation Studio at Place Vendome in Paris and assembled at the CHANEL manufacturers in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland, the high-tech ceramic watch – which comes in both black and white – has become iconic for the brand. This month the J12 has been reinvented with a yellow gold case, bezel and dial, for added luxury. 



London-based designers and best friends, Jess Kaye and Rosie Williams, founded The OWN Studio to bring a contemporary aesthetic to bridal wear. Further cementing themselves as a coveted ready-to-wear brand, this seasons sees the launch of their debut 19-piece eveningwear collection – covering all your party-dressing needs. In keeping with the label's sustainable approach to fashion, pieces are made-to-order in London – with some styles crafted using deadstock couture fabrics – and include silk dresses, power suits and sequin-matching separates. 



Anissa Kermiche has made her mark in the fine-jewellery sphere and her latest collection, Dame de Diamant, was created to offer an alternative to repetitive daily jewellery with more elevated designs. Shining light on the versatility of vermeil jewellery, the pieces reflect modern elegance and effortlessly transition from day to night. High quality cubic zirconia – which mimics the brilliance of diamond – is the focal point of the collection, offering style and sparkle for the season ahead.



British shoe designer Jennifer Chamandi swapped banking for her childhood dream of creating elegant shoes. Stilettos quickly became her signature during her career as a banker, and she turned her passion for footwear into a successful business, now a favourite of royals and celebrities alike. Her latest festive collection – which has her trademark needle stiletto heel – features the Lorenzo flats which have been reimagined in an embellished crystal mesh inspired by the sparkling skies from a recent trip to Wadi Rum, and are fastened with a bracelet strap that embraces both style and comfort. Available mid-Nov.



After a successful collaboration last year, GANNI and Barbour have teamed up for the second time on a nine piece limited-edition collection fusing Danish and British design heritage. Alongside Barbour's iconic waxed cotton jackets, Ganni's signature leopard print and oversized collars make a statement for a playful take on countryside attire, celebrating craftsmanship, heritage and longevity for the modern day wearer.



Sweet dreams are made of Veronica Beard and luxury nightwear brand Petite Plume's limited-edition, five-piece capsule collection of pyjamas. Made from pima cotton and mulberry silk, feel your best at bedtime with sophisticated styles that are designed to be both comfortable and chic. Add a monogram to make it a memorable gift this Christmas.

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Photo credit: THE OWN STUDIO

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